New York Times, Monday, November 9, 2009

Author: Lynn Lempel
Editor: Will Shortz
Lynn Lempel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 46 for Ms. Lempel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Actor's representative : AGENT
6. Group of actors : CAST
10. Eye desirously : OGLE
14. Copy machine powder : TONER
15. German king who became an early Holy Roman Emperor : OTTO
16. Whoppers : LIES
17. Rushed, as a decision : HASTY
18. Throat soother : COUGHDROP
20. Gin-touting Whitney : ELI
21. I.M. provider : AOL
22. Slanted : ATILT
23. Time just after sunset : NIGHTFALL
27. Almost any element whose name ends in -ium : METAL
29. 12th graders : SENIORS
30. Class for U.S. citizens-to-be : ESL
32. "___ you kidding?!" : ARE
33. Three: Prefix : TRI
34. Letter after sigma : TAU
35. Alan who directed and starred in "Betsy's Wedding" : ALDA
36. Where dishes may pile up : KITCHENSINK
39. Give off : EMIT
41. Motorists' org. : AAA
42. Lowest-ranking G.I. : PVT
43. Paper Mate product : PEN
44. "Larry King Live" channel : CNN
45. Sneaky types : WEASELS
49. Latino's Yankee buddy : ANGLO
51. Go in without a suit : SKINNYDIP
53. Rulers until 1917 : TSARS
55. "What's more ..." : AND
56. All ___ day's work : INA
57. Problem-solving research institute : THINKTANK
59. Shade of yellow : AMBER
61. Slime : OOZE
62. Boundary : EDGE
63. "Winnie-the-Pooh" writer : MILNE
64. Cheers for the matador : OLES
65. Warty hopper : TOAD
66. Newspapers collectively : PRESS
1. Parthenon's site : ATHENS
2. Only soccer player who can throw the ball : GOALIE
3. Junior naval officer : ENSIGN
4. Kind of profit or loss : NET
5. Take a stab at : TRY
6. Hot winter drinks : COCOAS
7. Ring-shaped island : ATOLL
8. Disco guy on "The Simpsons" : STU
9. "Animal House" garb : TOGA
10. Radio blast from the past : OLDIE
11. Chitchat at a sweet sixteen sleepover : GIRLTALK
12. Ballerina's tight-fitting attire : LEOTARD
13. Meeting of the minds, for short? : ESP
19. WWW letters : HTML
21. From Niger or Nigeria : AFRICAN
24. Bandleader's "Let's go!" : HITIT
25. Wrongful act : TORT
26. Low in fat : LEAN
28. "Back to the Future" actress Thompson : LEA
31. Discontinue for now : SUSPEND
34. Black or green drink : TEA
35. Restless : ANTSY
36. Really big, as a mattress : KINGSIZE
37. Brinker with storied skates : HANS
38. Nobelist Pavlov : IVAN
39. Clean Air Act org. : EPA
40. 18-Across ingredient : MENTHOL
44. It's popped on New Year's Eve : CORK
45. Sent an eye signal : WINKED
46. Fit for consumption : EDIBLE
47. White sale items : LINENS
48. Bowling scores inferior to strikes : SPARES
50. Places to make 48-Down : LANES
52. Roo's mom in "Winnie-the-Pooh" : KANGA
54. "Do not change," to an editor : STET
57. Likewise : TOO
58. Hustle and bustle : ADO
59. Measure of electric current : AMP
60. Onetime space station : MIR

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